I should've had a few P1s - Haslam
Leon Haslam believes BMW are "very close" to securing their first win of the season after missing out on a couple of P1s.
The Englishman has already found himself on the podium five times this campaign but he is yet to reach the top step, having finished second twice and third on three occasions.
Haslam, who fractured his right tibia and left ankle in the season-opener in Australia, has come close on a couple of times though. He crashed out while leading at Assen while Jonathan Rea stole victory at Donington Park after a last-corner collision.
Despite the setbacks, the 29-year-old feels the team are not too far away from claiming their maiden victory of 2012.
"The first half of the season has been ups and downs. I already had many podiums and I should have had at least two or three wins," he said.
"But it has been a very tough first half of the season, with breaking my leg, crashing in the lead, being taken whilst leading and some other little issues.
"We missed out on a lot of points but are still very close. So we are very confident building up to the second part of the season. We know we can win and we know we can fight for the podium every weekend. We just need to concentrate on this target."
The Superbikes Championship moves to Spain this week with round eight taking place at Motorland Aragon.
Haslam admits the track is very demanding, but is nevertheless looking forward to the challenge.
"Aragón is a new racetrack; last year was the first time for everyone," he said.
"A lot of teams are now finding what they need on the bike and from the set up. Many teams have tested there. So did we last week and we also found good settings for this circuit, so I am looking forward again to the race.
"Last year it was not the best of weekends for us, Troy broke his arm and I had pretty average results. But for this time I am actually looking forward to going there. The track is very demanding; it has a lot of corners that hang on to you. It is not a circuit that suits an aggressive riding style; it is more fast and flowing. You have to be very precise with your lines and your set-up, but with these facts you have good racing."